Tomb Raider: Underworld representa una nueva evolución en la jugabilidad basada en la exploración. En el papel de la valiente aventurera Lara Croft, explora exóticos lugares por todo el mundo, cada uno de ellos diseñado con un increíble cuidado por los detalles que da como resultado una sorprendente fidelidad visual en alta definición...
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Tomb Raider: Underworld representa una nueva evolución en la jugabilidad basada en la exploración. En el papel de la valiente aventurera Lara Croft, explora exóticos lugares por todo el mundo, cada uno de ellos diseñado con un increíble cuidado por los detalles que da como resultado una sorprendente fidelidad visual en alta definición que da vida a un mundo real como la vida misma, proporcionando un nuevo nivel de desafío y elecciones.

  • Domina el entorno: Alcanza nuevas alturas con un amplio abanico de habilidades acrobáticas y utiliza objetos para interactuar con el entorno para revelar nuevas rutas a explorar.

  • Explora mundos épicos y desconocidos: Descubre antiguos misterios del submundo que se oculta en la costa de Tailandia, islas congeladas en el Mar Ártico, las junglas de Méjico, y mucho más.

  • Desafíos traicioneros e impredecibles: Cada nivel es un elaborado puzzle con múltiples escenarios dentro de un entorno totalmente interactivo que da total libertad a la forma en que resolvemos cada zona.

  • Nuevas opciones de combate: Escoge pacificar o matar, apunta a múltiples objetivos a la vez con el nuevo sistema de objetivos dual, y dispara con una mano mientras te sostienes con la otra.

  • Nueva equipación super-avanzada: Utiliza la última tecnología en el nuevo inventario de Lara para desplazarte por el mundo, incluyendo:
    - Mapa de Sonar Activo: Una nueva y revolucionaria herramienta que emite un pulso de sonar activo para crear una imagen 3D del entorno de Lara, perfecto para desenmascarar objetos y lugares ocultos.
    - Gancho multiuso: Un dispositivo similar a un gancho con un cable de alta tensión diseñado para escalar, hacer rappel, correr por los muros y manipular objetos en el escenario.
    - Motocicleta híbrida todoterreno: Un vehículo único diseñado para desplazarse sobre cualquier superficie, desde el barro hasta la nieve.

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    • SO Soportado: Microsoft Windows XP (privilegios de administrador necesarios)/Microsoft Windows Vista (privilegios de administrador necesarios)

    • Procesador: Intel Pentium 4 3+GHz o AMD Athlon 2.5+GHz

    • Memoria: 1GB (Windows XP) / 2GB (Windows Vista) de memoria del sistema

    • Tarjeta Gráfica: NVIDIA GeForce 6 series 6800GT (o superior) / ATI 1800XT (o superior)

    • Tarjeta de Sonido: Compatible con Direct X 9.0c

    • Espacio en Disco Duro: 8 GB de Espacio Libre

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    • OS Soportado: Microsoft Windows XP (privilegios de administrador necesarios)/Microsoft Windows Vista (privilegios de administrador necesarios)

    • Procesador: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.2 GHz o Athlon 64 X2 4400+

    • Memoria: 2 GB de memoria del sistema

    • Tarjeta Gráfica: NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX o ATI HD4800

    • Tarjeta de Sonido: Compatible con Direct X 9.0c

    • Espacio en Disco Duro: 8 GB de Espacio Libre

    • Controlador: Controlador Microsoft Xbox360

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De lo mejor, siempre e sido fan de la saga Tomb Raider ii este no fue la excepcion :3 ¿Lo recomiendo? Claro que lo recomiendo ;)
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Excellent game, though the port to PC is a tad buggy.
there is the usual "Lara why did you jump that way?" that occurs in all the games on all the platforms
and then the menu was very buggy when using the mouse, i often times found it best to avoid clicking in the menuse and to just use the space bar and escape key to navigate

Excellent solve-it-yourself puzzle game, great if you're a fan of games like portal that have the difficulty of a 27x27 sudoku board, with the game spaing little, if any hints. I personally managed to make it through needing only to look at a walkthrough once, and it beame clear that i knew what i had to do but i didn't know how to make lara do it. literally one point in the entire game, a ledge-to-wall chimney jump that gave no indication of lara recognizing it and seemed to devote itself to making me jump in the wrong direction whenever attempted until i found the sweet-spot in the walkthrough.
now, about the in-game hints,
generally helpful, though towards the end the standard "what do i do" observation becomes a lot more clear than the hints, not because it is easier to understand, but because it essentially restates the hints with more information. this point starts around the latter half of the mexico level.

somewhat predictable story, though with the AAA games on the market nowadays people's intuition into story narratives has really been narrowed down to a very basic level, so if you don't play story-driven games that often or play mostly AAA games, the story will blow your mind, otherwise you will be able to predict a general amount of what will happen, which isn't always a bad thing. still worth playing, even if you do accidentally spoil it for yourself.

Puzzles will grant you hours of gameplay, while combat will grant you mere minutes. DO NOT GET THIS GAME FOR THE COMBAT. the combat system is based on an extremely strong aim-assist that puts the standard crosshaire somewhre in front of Lara's chestal-region, without bothering to make the camera go to a better angle or making Lara transluscent. the aim-assist is clearly designed for consoles, and will feel a bit too snappy to different targets, which can be a real turn off if you want to focus on a a specific enemy, and the end of the game essentially turns into easy-mode. you'll know what i mean. It becomes so easy, that the developers chose instead of balancing the onsters, to just throw hundreds of the biggest enemies straight into the slaughter that is one very angry Lara Croft. Again, the combat will last you minutes of actual gameplay, and be a cause of about .0001% of your deaths.

all in all, this is my favourite Tomb Raider game, on a scale including several different things i find important when playing a game. Disclaimer, i've only ever played Underworld, AoD, Legends, and 2013. ( order to play is AoD -> Legends -> Underworld, you don't need to finish the camplaigns, just the first few levels in legends and the opening cutscenes in AoD for the background story and references found in Underworld)
cotrol responsiveness: 8.5/10
camera-not-get-in-the-way-ness: 9.5/10 (PC port issue only tho)
Story: 8/10, a bit cheesy but hey, Lara is like Batgirl and Catwoman mixed together with Batman's wealth and gadgets
puzzle CHALLENGE: 9/10, very balanced, though some parts will stump you on sheer mechanical issues, as they did me
puzzle DIFFICULTY: 5/10, most of the puzzles are actually straightforward, but not very intuitive once you figure them out
Fun: exhillerating when you complete a difficult puzzle, and when you complete several in a row without thinking too much you feel empowered, but it slowly luls you into a boredom, but that will be interupted by a cutscene, or a new mechanic, or an enemy, and bam, all of a sudden you are thrust out of the puzzle mindset and have to actually think again, making you frustrated, but eventually repeating the cycle.
Drama: catfights. literally that's about it.
Action: QTEs are unweildy and counter-intuitive in most cases, thank goodness they were left out for the most part. Combat is bleh, basicaly you just choose how easy it is to die when selecting difficulty and then just shoot the enemies before they hit you for the same effect on any difficulty level
spoopiness: not much, some levels give you that fear of the unknown, or helplessness, but nothing realy spoopy about it
Engaging: very engaging, even if it makes you ragequit, you will pick it, or another Tomb Raider title up within a month of setting this one down
Compatability: Playing on a 1.7GHz 4-core processor with 8GB RAM and a 768MB APU, this game ran surprisingly well on maximum graphics, though on a port there isn't much to change, but be careful when tabbing out, as this will cause lag spikes that will drop you from 60 FPS to about 5 FPS for anywhere between 30 seconds and 7 minutes. Don't panic if the loading screen freezes up, it only crashed on me once during loading, and upon restarting never game me the issue again. Later in the game, Attempting to manual save would sometimes crash the game, thankfully after the save. this was never a real problem for me as it usually occured when i was planning to *gasp* get off my computer /(*O*)\ and would save me the trouble of having to quit out myself. interestingly enough, a save game 5 minutes prior with n major progression or tabbing out would save normally, without crashing.
V-Sync Recommended for more powerful computers. Works great on Win 8.1, unlike it's predescessors.

great game, great graphics, great physics, great puzzles, most interesting story in the series, no weird fixation on torturing, beating, and killing Lara in frankly quite sociopathing ways *cough looking at you 2013* and actually did a lot of it's homework on Norse mythology (before adding artistic licsense of course)

i would recommend this game before any other in the Tomb Raider series if you wanted to play from start to finish, as it is a great examply of the free-run and puzzle origins of the series, instead of being some "Appeal to everyone" flashy new thing that really holds no actual homage to the core of the series whlst attemting to create it's own origin story based on combat.
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Ignore my hours on steam, this is my beloved tomb raider game I always enjoyed, played this game over 1000 hours on xbox 360 and love every single peice of what this game offers from exploration to combat. I perfer this game more then the next-gen ones. Lovely PC port too. Only problem is the Lara Shadow DLC that I cannot find.
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Tomb Raider: Underworld takes you on an adventure through Norse mythology to find the lost island of Avalon. Beautiful levels, fun gameplay, exploration, and amazing visuals make this game a beloved addition to the series and truly worthy of the name Tomb Raider.

Gameplay
+ Puzzles
+ Fun traversal/climbing
+ Beautiful variety of levels and locations
+ Easy combat
+ Thor's hammer!
- Puzzles can be irritating when you have to pick up items
- Repetitive and sometimes frustrating combat

Underworld is like all the other Tomb Raider games in terms of gameplay. The puzzles are fun and challenging, the climbing and traversal is great, and the variety of levels, locations, and environments are amazingly well done. Combat is still the same simple lock on with right click and hold left click to shoot Thor's hammer was fun to use though, and while this is easy it can get quite boring and repetitive Plus those ****ing spiders are annoying as hell!. If you liked the gameplay in previous Tomb Raider games you will enjoy this one just as much. The main issue however, lies with the puzzles. Like other games you have to pick up a weight and set it down on a switch, this is nothing new. However a lot of times the game glitches and will either throw Lara far back, or more often than not, Lara and the block fly around the room making it just irritating to set them down on a switch.


Controls/Camera
+ Easy controls
+ Easy combat
- Frustrating camera placements
- Unresponsive controls at times

Again, the controls and camera are exactly like Legend and Anniversary. They are easy to learn and do what you need to do, but sometimes Lara simply doesn't do what you want her to do and while it's frustrating it isn't gamebreaking. The main problem with games like these (Tomb Raider, Uncharted, basically any game with traversal and climbing) is the camera placement. It just isn't always where you need it to be to see where you're going and again, it can be quite irritating that you miss jumps and have to restart because the camera.

Audio/Visual
+ Gorgeous levels
+ Variety of locations
+ Water well done
- Graphical glitches

The levels and locations in Underworld are well-done in quality and quantity. You travel all around the world, see different places and architecture, and the parts where you are underwater are just beautiful to be in and explore. There is the occasional graphic glitch but nothing gamebreaking, she will get stuck in the ground a few times but if you simply stop moving it normally fixes itself.

Story/Dialogue
+ Engaging story
+ Interesting history and mythology
+ Nice length

I thoroughly enjoyed the story in Underworld which revolved around Norse mythology, mainly Thor. It was interesting, informative, engaging, lengthy and overall was enjoyable to play throughout the whole game.

Overall/Quick Review

Underworld is an amazing addition to the Tomb Raider series and is worth your time. It has an engaging story line with history and mythology of excellent length. A variety of challenging puzzles, climbing, and traversal in an array of beautiful locations, none looking quite like the other. The combat, in my opinion, gets boring and repetitive as it is simply hold right click to lock on and left click to shoot while dodging and flipping. The main issue I had with this game was some of the puzzles took longer than they should have because graphical glitches cause weight blocks to shoot off the switch and to the other side of the room. However the underwater levels are some of the best times in this game and are simply breathtaking.


Wonderful addition to the Tomb Raider series.
Buy it. 9/10
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Great puzzles. Crappy action. OK story. Clean look. A bit glitchy.
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